Services at UWaterloo

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In addition to Grebel’s own activities, University of Waterloo’s recreation program offers almost 100 activities and clubs.

At the University of Waterloo Bookstore, you can find out what books you need, create a shopping list, or place on order.

Campus Security
The University of Waterloo Campus Police have information on personal safety, crisis intervention, place WALKSAFE, criminal harassment, sexual assault, and theft prevention.

Student Success
We're here to help you succeed! We believe success looks different to everyone and there isn’t one right answer. We want you to be successful at Waterloo and we’re here to help you find your way. You can find us on the second floor of South Campus Hall, please drop by or contact us with any comments or that the questions.

Career Services
Career Services provides career education, motivation, and support to students and alumni via workshops, events, individual appointments and resources (online and print).

Counseling Services
The University of Waterloo can be a challenging environment. An opportunity to talk with a friendly and experienced counsellor can help you develop and manage your goals. Counseling Services can help you with study skills, career planning, personal goals, and consultations.

Distance Education
Through distance education you can complete credit courses without attending on-campus classes. Using a package of materials prepared by a University of Waterloo instructor, you can study when and where it's most convenient for you. Simply take a few courses or complete an entire degree.

Health Services
The primary mandate of Health Services is to provide on-site family physicians for all registered full and part-time, graduate and under-graduate students.

Use Primo to locate books at any of the University of Waterloo's libraries, as well as Wilfred Laurier and Guelph universities.

Quest is the University of Waterloo's student information system. The system supports student records, enrolment, financial, and administrative information. You can use QUuestT to enrol in, swap, and drop classes, view your tuition and residence financial statements, update your address and phone number so that the University can contact you, display or print your term grades, and view your unofficial transcript.

Your WatCard is your student identification, library card, physical activities complex card, and debit card.